EU Industrial Policy
Belgium | France | Berlin | Grenoble | Nuremberg | Struer - Bang & Olufsen | Freiberg
This archives video stockshot illustrates the EU Industrial Policy.
Only the original language version is authentic and it prevails in the event of its differing from the translated versions.
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||Fluence ZE, one of the zero emissions electric car models being developed by Renault, driving in the city streets, France, 2010 (4 shots)
||BMW hydrogen car fuelling at a tank station with liquid hydrogen (LH2), Berlin, Germany, 2009 (11 shots)
||Production and testing of sensor devices in an office of Sensaris, Grenoble, France, 2012 (11 shots)The company provides Sensing Wireless Solutions for environmental, biomedical and leisure matters. Their sensors are made with mobile and web interfaces to manage and broadcast data worldwide. All products are based on the modular platform named Senspod (generic features: Bluetooth communication, GPS, compatible with a wide variety of platforms /Mobile phones, PCs and operating systems /Windows, Mac OS, Linux)
||Using laser print technology to print the Bang and Olufsen logo on the BeoVision 10 frames and final assembly of the BeoVision 10 TV sets in the large space specifically destined to test the acoustics of new Bang & Olufsen products, Struer, Denmark, 2010 (15 shots)
||Exterior view of the SolarWorld factory; Solar panels on display; Manufacture of multi-crystalline silicon wafers; Manufacture of solar cells from silicon wafers, Freiberg, Germany, 2012 (8 shots)
||Exterior views of 's Baggers, an automated restaurant; Customers placing their orders via the touchscreens; Orders being received and prepared in the kitchen; Delivering orders to customers, Nuremberg, Germany, 2010 (16 shots) As everything is computerised, customers at 's Baggers restaurant use touchscreen TVs, to choose their meal. Food is delivered using machines and there are no waiters.
||Ecolabel products in a little shop and a supermarket, Belgium, 2009 (26 shots)